Hypori Receives ‘Gold’ Edison Award for Virtual Mobile Platform; Jared Shepard Quoted

Hypori Receives ‘Gold’ Edison Award for Virtual Mobile Platform; Jared Shepard Quoted
Jared Shepard CEO Hypori

A Hypori-built virtual mobility platform has been selected as the Gold trophy winner in the 2021 Edison Best New Product Awards competition's commercial technology category.

The company said Monday its offering is designed to help mobile device users manage business tasks, secure data at rest or in transit and separate enterprise and personal data.

Jared Shepard, CEO of Hypori, said the platform works to protect sensitive information across edge devices in a cloud environment.

"This disruptive approach empowers organizations and their knowledge workers the freedom to work remotely, anytime, anywhere as teleworking has become the new normal," Shepard added.

The Hypori virtual mobile device is listed on the National Security Agency's Commercial Solutions for Classified program.

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